decision regarding there work and their relationship with clients. Hence,organization must consider elements of both education and training whileplanning there training programmes.Development refers to those learning opportunities designed to help employeesgrow. Development is not primarily skill-oriented. Instead, it provides generalknowledge and attitudes which will be helpful to employees in higher positions.Efforts towards development often depend on personal drive and ambition.Development activities, such as those supplied by management developmentalprogrammes, are generally voluntary.To bring the distinction among training, education and development into sharpfocus, it may be stated that “
training is offered to operatives
developmental programmes are meant for employees in higher positions”
Education however is common to all the employees
, there gradesnotwithstanding.
AIMS/OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
The fundamental aim of training is to help the organization achieve its purpose byadding value to its key resource – the people it employs. Training meansinvesting in the people to enable them to perform better and to empower them tomake the best use of their natural abilities. The particular objectives of trainingare to:
Develop the competences of employees and improve their performance;
Help people to grow within the organization in order that, as far aspossible, its future needs for human resource can be met from within;
Reduce the learning time for employees starting in new jobs onappointment, transfers or promotion, and ensure that they become fullycompetent as quickly and economically as possible.
INPUTS IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENTS
Any training and development programme must contain inputs which enable theparticipants to gain skills, learn theoretical concepts and help acquire vision tolook into distant future. In addition to these, there is a need to impart ethicalorientation, emphasize on attitudinal changes and stress upon decision-makingand problem-solving abilities.
Training, as was stated earlier, is imparting skills to employees. A worker needsskills to operate machines, and use other equipments with least damage or scrap. This is a
skill without which the operator will not be able to function.There is also the need for
skills. Motor skills refer to performance of specific physical activities. These skills involve training to move various parts of one’s body in response to certain external and internal stimuli. Common motor skills include walking, riding a bicycle, tying a shoelace, throwing a ball and